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Prof. Prefecott, of the University of
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
. acid of grapes held highest rank as an
article of food and he regarded the re
sults from baking with cream of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Roy a! Giape Cream of Tartar.
Mammoth Loose Leaf To
bacco Plant Hearing
Covers Four Acres of Ground
and is the Largest Build
ing of its Kind in the
Maysville Ihotcomlog season will be tba sec
ond largest loose leaf tobacco market la
tba world, being second only to Lexington.
"Last sessoo Lexlogton sold nearly 50,000,
000 pounds which brought over $5,000,000,
while Uaysvilla eold about 20,000,000 pounds
which brought about $2,000,000.
The story of the development of the Mays
Tills tobacco market since the loose leaf
breaks were first started here, only trhee years
ago by Shlnkle, Groppenbachor & Ellis, Is one
of surprising Interest and magnitude.
The six loose leaf tobacco sales warehouses
in Maysville cover more than eight acretof
floor space under roof and represent a cash
outlay of $300,000.
The loose leaf bouses, fialshed and to be
.fipsbed, when the season opens oa Uecembor
3d, areMieTdllowiiig: ,'
Home Warehouse, 380x350 feet.
Central Warehouse, 1G5i2S2 feet.
Planters' Warehouse, 100x422 feet.
Farmers' Warehouse, 100x460 feet.
Independent Warehouse, 100x390.
Growers' Warehouse, 100x122 feet.
This does not Include the great plant of the
American Tobacco Co. consisting of three
immense buildings, the J. P. Taylor plant and
the J. B. Delser plant.
The Home Warehouse Company is to be
congratulated for its foresight in securing the
Ball property, Sooth of Forest avenue. Its
situation is all that could be desired; on three
streets, with the L. & N. railroad giving direct
connection for shipping,
The Home Warehouse is quite the biggest
thing, In raaamotb dimensions, in Kentucky.
Soch is the blgaess of this building that the
Republicans and the Democrats could both
bold tbelr National conventions in it at the
same time and then there would be plenty of
HELP THE KIDNEYS
MAYSVILLE READERS ARE LEARNING THE
Hit's the little kidney ills
S,The lame, weak or aching back
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and Bright' dls
When the kidneys are weak,
Help thorn with Doau's Kidney Pills,
A remedy especially for weak kidneys.
Doan'a have been used in Kidney troubles
for over 50 years.
Endorsed by 30,000 people endorsed at
Proof ia a Uaysvlllo citizen's atatsment.
Lang Stevens, Mayavllle, Ky., says: "I can,
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to everyone
who Buffers from backache and kidney weak
. ntsas. Uf kidneys were out of order and I
bad backaobe, attonded with pain which ex
tended Into my kidneys, Tba kidney secretion
ru Irregular. Doan's Kidney's Pills bad
been Died In my family so I gave thorn a trial,
,Taey Bade me entirely better."
JpFjT 'AJ " dealers. Price 50- cent'.
Mter-kriMra Co., Buffalo, New York, toll
fertt United States.
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tar aawe woaa s aaa UM
room to home both delegations and all that
goes with them.
It is the largest loose leaf house in the
Its floor space completely dwarfs the other
local houses in comparison. It is larger than
the Farmers, The Planters and The indsponent
houses, combined, and they are all very large
Tbe Home exceeds in size the big Barley
warehouse at Lexington; is 380 feet by 350
feet and covers nearly four acres of grouod, al
under one roof.
Daily salos capacity 1,000,000 pounds, B5
It can accommodate 200 loaded wagons on
its macadamlzid driveways.
Will have flior space far 3,000 loaded
Will have tree stables for farmers, contain
ing 200 single stall.
Only warehouse having free lolging quart
era for farmers.
Up-to-date restaurant ia building and
spacious louDgiog and rest rooms.
llulldlng has 521 skylights arraoged for
tbe best color effect.
Covero'd witb 1.0S0 squares of vulcanite
rooflog; over 109,000 square feet of aheeting.
Lumber in building, 800,000 feet.
Three macadam driveways in bnildlng, 20,
25 and 50 feet wide, each 382 feet long.
Concrete floor space, 45,000 square feet.
Oak lumber floor space, 45,000 square feet.
Building to be electric lighted and fully
equipped with linen Are hose and complete aet
of band chemical fire extinguishers. Absolute
fire protection by city department. Two fire
plogs la front of building for high-pressure
Built entirely by borne people.
Harding & Simons, general contractors.
Rice & Farrow, concrete.
Short & Kane, Iron work.
Frank S. Nowell, plumbing.
R. & W. Rasp, skylights.
Frank Hendrlckson, vulcanite roofing,
UcClanahan & Shea and, Frank Ovens
Hardware Co., hardware supplies.
W. B. Uatbews & Co., and Uason Lumber
Co., supplied the lumber.
Thomas Hise, road work.
COwned by home people, entirely.
President J. N. Kehoe.
Vice President J. C. Everett.
Secretary-Treasurer 1. W. Fitzgerald.
Head Bookkeeper Ur. Thomas.
Auctioneer A. A. Forbes.
Sales Manager Albert Day.
Tbe selling season opens Tuesday, December
Tbe Farmers, Tho Planters and Tbe Iodt
pendent bare all just completed large additions
and Improvements to tbelr plants.llncludlng
largo stables, concrete floors and walks and
other features nearly doubling last year's
Mr. Thomas H. Gray Is also erecting a
rehandllng warehouse South of tbe avenue.
The redrylog plant of the A. T. Co., Tbe
Helser Co., and the Taylor Co. have a com
bined capacity of 2r0,000 pounds per day.
Tbe new Growers' Loose Leaf warehouse,
North of East Second street is nesting com
pletion. Peanut growing is proving a success in Cal
ifornia. That folly 25 per cent, of tbe cues of can
cer peculiar to women can be cured, was tbo
itatemint made at the Clinical Congress of
Burgeons at New York.
A mob at Ocals, Fie., took a negro charged
with the urdr of a wbite slrl and kr arasd
fatto.totk oatskfrt ef tawa, ttkutl Ma
MAYSVILLE. O.. SATUKDAX NOVEMBER 16. 1912
NCE UPON A TIME A MAN INVENTED
m.J a common-seoso skirt for women. It
was roomy and gave the wearer porfect
freedom. It did not fit tight acroess the hips
and bad no crense la the rear. It did not show
tbe sbspe of the limbs, and you couldn't seo
through It. It was warm and comfortable.
Tho poor suckor starved to death. Luke Uc
Born, to the wife of Ur. John Kabler, a Gee
Miss Ethel Hill "pent Sunday with Misa Ina
Ur. Arthur Henson of nappy Ridge visited
relatives here Sunday.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tbo M. E. Church
met with Mrs. William Dillon Wednesday.
Urs. Walter White and little eon visited
relatives at Shannon Saturday and Sunday.
Ur. Ben bsborn and wife spent Saturday and
Sunday with bor parents, J. A. Henson and
Rev. Wyatt fillod bis regular appointment
at tbe Salem Church Sunday morning and
In loving remembrance of our beloved daugh
ter and sister
EVIE A II0U8E.
Our darliLg Evle: It Is now six months to
day since thou bast left us. Obi bow lonely
It is bore without thee; your dear face, your
dear voice and your dear footsteps are at
plain to us, as when thou were really bere, but
we know that tbou has left us, that thou art
in that home above waiting with that smile of
welcome to greot us oo that other shore, as
you did when thou were with us bere on earth
below. May we live so as to meet you acd
that you may greet ui wl h that welcoming
smile of yours, In that land where sorrow and
suffering are no moie. Your heartbroken,
FATIIER, UOTUER, SlSTKUS an BROTHER?.
Uaysville Ky., November lGib, 1912.
Notice to Telephone Subscribers
Telephones installed since last Directory was issued by tho Maysville
Telephone Company. Subscribers are requested to paste t hid list of names
in their Directory for reference.
?01 -lloyd, H. L.. Residence, Front street.
S39R1 ltaeon, L. T., Ht'Jldeiice, R, I). Ko. I.
US Hramel, Mr. Mary U Residence, W) Rait Second street.
a7J-J Clark, Lawrence, Residence, 309 Kast Fourth street.
189 Central Warchouie Company, l'nplar street.
r78-L Davis, Mrs. Fannie, Reiidenci', Kust Saoond srre.et.
338-R Frederick', Homer, residence, 28 West Front street.
MSMV3-Foley. Thomai J Residence, R. D. No. 1.
639-J 1 HuRlies. N. II., Residence, R. D. No. 1.
600 Home Warehouse Company, Forest aveoue aid Lexlngtou street,
!39.R2-I(uber,Amtel. Rclsclence.R. D. No. 1. "
384 Independent Warehouse Company, Forest avenue.
514 Keith, Mrs, Lucy, Residence, Front street.
200-R MacVuy Transfer Company, Fourth street stable,
bS3-W Morgan, S. J Studio, Uaproul UulldlnK.
S87.Lt Moore, W. II. Resldnnue, Sharon, Ky.
587-Kt Morgan, O. M., Residence, Sharon.
588 Maokey, Miss Irene, Residence, 3B West Third street.
6S-V1 Perrlne, J. D Residence, R. 1). No, 1.
501 -Rosen, J. C, Resldenoe. West Second street.
587-1VI Ross, .1, A., Residence, Sharon, Ky.
531 Reed, J. E., Residence, East Third street.
515-5 Richardson, N. II., Resldenoe, Jersey Ridge,
449 Koier, Mrt. Sarah, Residence, 34 Kast Front street.
183 J Spears, K. E., Residence, Aberdeen. Ohio.
484-L Soott, Mrs. G. II., Residence, SOS Market street.
SBr-L2 Sldwell. C. II .. Residence, It. D. No. 1.
587-LI Sctmolekart, Mrs. Lottie, Residence, Sharou, Ky.
632-J Sherwood, Mrs. Mamie, Residence, Lexlntctou street.
259 J Whlttlngton, Mrs, Ed., Residence. East Second street.
183-5 Warren. Miss Hen e, Residence, Aberdeen, Ohio.
447-L Royse. Mrs. George, Res dence, 307 Leilugton pike,
E. S. WELSH, Manager.
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Efficient Will heat a good sized room
even in the coldest weather.
Economical, Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oil.
Ornamental, Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or enameled tur
Portable. Easily car
ried from room to
room; weighs only
eleven pounds; han
dle doesn't get hot
Lasts for years
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
, Kr. AtUata,
LIKE jA CHARM
After Operation Failed to Help,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm.
Jonesvlllc, S. C "I suffered with
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. 3.
Kendrlck, In a letter from this placo,
"and at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet. Tho doctor said I would
novor bo any better, and that I would
havo to liavo an operation, or I would
have a cancer.
I went to tho hospital, and they oper
ated on mo, but I got no better. They
eald medicines would do me no good,
and I thought I would havo to die.
At last I tried Cardui, and began to
Improve, so I continued using It. Now,
I am well, and can do my own work.
I don't feel any pains.
Cardui worked llko a charm."
Thcro must bo merit in this purely
vegetable, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for it has been In successful
uso for more than 50 years, for tho
treatment of womanly weakness and
Pleaso try It, for your troubles.
N. B. Write tn: Ladles' Advlwry Dtpt. Chatts
nooca Medlclno Co., Chattanooia, TVnn.. lor Special
Jn'tructions. und 64-paje book, "Home Treatment
lor Women." sent la plain wrapper, oa rtquuk
Never judge a woman or cigars by their
Now Is the time to marry when furniture is
When tbo wolf is at tho door we are not
likely to have any other callers.
Chollie "On wbat grounds does your father
object to mi?"
Anna "On any grounds witbln a mile of
Where Quality and Clwu Itelgn Supreme,
TnUv. Mntlneft unci N'tirht.
Featuring Mursliull I, Wilder.
DR.SKINHEMS WONDERFUL INVENTION
THE BRIDE OF IAMMERM0OR
FURNISHED BY HUBBARD A. HAUCKE
WORLD SERIES PICTURES MONDAY
Oa. . ... Jajelaon, MU,
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
MATINEE and NIGHT ONLY
THE PICKANINNIES AND THE
Y.ou Kuow The Taitlme's Popularity,
THY WILL BE DONE
You won't mils the time at The
I'aitlme aud you won't waste your
time at Tho P&itlrau at any time.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sotdby tbe Home Tobacco Company,
COUGHLiN & GO.
Salle 4, First Xntlotinl Itauk Building,
Local and Locg 1 1 Office No. 555.
Distance Phones (Residence- No. 137.
5:40 a m.
II. S. ELLIS, Agent
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule eltectlve Juo.
2,1811. Subject to change
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
6:18 a. ra., 8:31 a. m.,
3:13 p. m. , dally.
6:30 a.m., 9:11 a. m
1:35 p. ra., 8:00 p. m.,
10:34 p.m. daily.
9;35 a.m., dally, looal
9:35 a.m.. 6:tu p. m.,
1.13:54 p.m.. daily, losal.
ITT. W. WHCOFVP, Aiwnt.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
It !, ni. 4t Cfs.. an.
Br Appointment Unix.
MISS TURA TURNEtt III associated In the
office with Dr. Smoot.
Miss Turner It a graduate uurse and has had
sereral jtan kospltal experience lu the use of
UATHS, MASSAGE and
FOR TIIE TREATMENT OP
And Is fully prepared for the wort:. Aay one de
siring her services will Cnd her at Dr. Siuoot's
office, where the can be consulted between the
hours of K and U a. ra. ana" 1 to 4 p. . Sundays
by appointment only.
TII13 LEDOKll leads In
nil, nnil 1 the favorite paper
or the puople.
I ! 1 ! MWW
kMMSM I 1lf
Dan Cohen's Shoe
and Rubber Sale
Offers the greatest opportunity of the season for the purchase of
your Winter Footwear. Buying, as we do, in unlimited quanti
ties, we are able to offer you values at great price reductions.
Is the time for you to lay in a supply of Winter Shoes and Rub
bers. Our stock is complete in every detail.
SAVE That Counts 1
SO BE HERE TOMORROW,
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is now ready for buaineao, with
engineers, etc., with competent
and Trill contract to build from
Buy Your Coal Now
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. Mcmniel$ Co.
PLUM STREET and POPL4R STREET,
THE BEST LWHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We' don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving mean3 anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "S
Not What You MAKE; It's What You.;
THE BEST EVER
n corps of cfllcicnt architects,
workraenahip. best of materials,
the very smallest to the greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty.
Handle Only the Bestof material. DeaUr
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Has tiiove
and Ranges, All Sizos of Sewer Fipe,
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